Kandouz meat ranged between 260 and 310 pounds, while the price of a kilo of lamb ranged between 240 and 280 pounds, while camel meat ranged between 190 and 230 pounds per kilo.
The price of liver ranged between 250 and 300 pounds per kilo, regular minced meat ranged between 250 and 300 pounds per kilo, while veal ranged between 240 and 280 pounds per kilo.
Meat prices at the Ministry of Agriculture outlets
On the other hand, the Ministry of Agriculture offers meat at its outlets nationwide at discounts of 25 to 30%, as part of the measures taken by the state to facilitate citizens.
A kilo of Brazilian frozen meat starts from 130 to 140 pounds, while the price of local meat reaches 165 pounds.-
The price of Canadian meat was 155 pounds, according to the type of meat, and the liver recorded 190 pounds. As for the minced meat, its price ranges between 160 to 190 pounds, and the price of frozen imported liver is 135 pounds per kilo.-
Meat prices in the Ministry of Supply outlets
The prices of Sudanese and Brazilian meat are stable in the outlets and branches of consumer complexes affiliated to the Ministry of Supply and Internal Trade.
The prices of fresh Sudanese meat reached 150 and 160 pounds per kilo, and the prices of frozen Sudanese meat reached 135 pounds per kilo.